On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 15:19:19 -0000, "campingstoveman"
We could use the odd fox up the hosses' field. Since the pheasant-rearing guy
trapped the resident, we have been overrun with bl**dy rabbits!!
Peter A Forbes
Prepair Ltd, Luton, UK
On Fri, 02 Feb 2007 22:32:09 +0000, Adrian Hodgson
The welds are probably quite adequate for the job, but he could do
with a bit of practice on his verticals ;-)
Traditional & Modern canal craft repairs
Vintage diesel engine service
On Fri, 02 Feb 2007 22:54:18 +0000, Tim Leech wrote:
I can remember an instructor saying that mine where "adequate" with a
slight smirk on his face!
Verticals, I had to avoid by repositioning all the time, some of it I put
down to just trying to use 6013's general purpose rods, mainly though just
not enough time and effort with practice.
It has been some time since I used the stick welder, I must dig it out and
pop the garage breaker a few times soon.
Problem is finding some plate to play with.
I guess you must be quite good at it Tim considering your restoration
projects must call for quite a bit of it Tim?
That's the problem!
* do want to make "i" a favor (that doesn't help anybody)
* do want to insult me (I don't care)
* are blind (really sorry for that)
* can't weld (OK, but then shut up)
OTOH, this discussion doesn't belong here, IMHO.
And I won't comment them here any further.
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On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 16:52:09 -0000, "Andrew Mawson"
I'm alright, I've made a frame, wheel head and spindle for a toolpost grinder.
The spindle is 8" long with a (straight) 5/16" clearance hole through it. Gun
drills are fun.
Got to try to hack out some motor brackets now.
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